Part of why this blog has been such a success is not because it is built around a line of products that stand on their own. I feel that if you live by the motto, “Our products speak for themselves” you overlook, or even dismiss, where the real testament of the quality of the product lies.
NAM, the National Association of Manufacturers, has always been a strong voice for the companies like McCutcheon’s: small businesses fighting for growth in today’s challenging economy.
The picture above is of the original store opened in 1940. These were the days when the apple presses were outside and we only sold two things: apple butter and apple cider. This structure is no longer standing and was replaced with the current retail facility on almost the exact same plot of land in the 1950’s.